Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Season of Sales

I stopped at a local plant nursery on my way home from work last Thursday. Just to look around i told myself. Then I stumbled upon the clearance area. Here is what I bought.

umbrella plant
astilbe color flash
a. delft lace
a. erica
a. unknown
Sensitive fern
Royal fern
Burgundy lace fern
corydalis chocolate stars
c. berry exciting
Heuchera lemon chiffon
h. encore
h. rosalie
h. burnished bronze
h. chocolate ruffles
white epimedium
pink epidmedium
dwarf solomons seal
clematis barbara harrington
anna belle hydrangea
jap iris agoga kujuo
pulmonaria raspberry ice
rodgersia
tiarella spring symphony
t. pink bouquet
echinacea double delight
trycertis lightning strike

In all I walked out with 50 plants. Mostly one gallon size. Guess how much. $38.

7 comments:

notsocrafty.com said...

Wow, that's quite a haul. It will be fun to see what you do with them.

tina said...

I don't blame you a bit at those prices!

Rosey Pollen said...

OMG, what a deal!
They will probably do really great since you are planting them later too!
Rosey

Debbie's Garden said...

Holy Crap! Thats incredible for 50 plants. Now you know.... thats 50 plants you're going to have to go outside. dig holes. and plant, in the heat, and water, right?

Tatyana said...

OMG! I should run to nurseries! The only problem is - it's HOT and I can't carry a fan with me! You know what is the most exciting item on your list? Unknown! I like mysteries!

Northern Shade said...

That's a lot of great plants for such a small cost. You really scooped up some bargains. I haven't seen anything like that here. It sounds like you are going to have a fabulous shade garden with all of your new additions.

My astilbes are in bloom right now, so of course I was thinking I should add some more. The Heuchera, Pulmonaria and Epimedium foliage are looking really good too. These plants really carry the garden in between flowering. I've really grown to appreciate these plants. My solomon's seal is supposed to be a giant, but right now it thinks it's a dwarf. The sensitive fern gets a really slow start in spring, but it is looking great now.

At one gallon size, you will have an established shade garden next year. I look forward to seeing your plantings.

Kris said...

Wowser! That's some score you made. Now comes the hard part ... which one goes WHERE! LOL Enjoy! :-D